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Bailey Allshouse is a recent graduate from Wayne State University (Detroit, MI), where he received his BFA in dance. During his time there, Bailey had the opportunity to perform works by Doug Varone, Stefanie Batten Bland, Trey McIntyre, Robert Moses, Ronald K. Brown, and Martha Graham among others. He is honored to have been the recipient of multiple academic and talent awards during his degree. This would include WSU’s Talent Scholarship, the Richard J. Bilaitis Endowed Scholarship, the Lisa Nowak Endowed Scholarship, the Copperfoot Award for choreography, and the Maggie Allesee Choreography Award. As an emerging artist, Bailey is excited for the opportunities where he can present his work, and finding spaces where he can develop on his craft as a movement artist and choreographer.Read more